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About Car Hire at George Best Belfast City Airport
George Best Belfast City Airport is a single-runway airport located 5km from the centre of Belfast city in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Situated close to the Port of Belfast, it shares a site with the Short Brothers/Bombardier aircraft manufacturing facility. It used to be known as Belfast City Airport, but it was renamed in 2006 in memory of George Best, the professional soccer player from Belfast, renowned for his achievements with Manchester United.
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Car Hire in Northern Ireland: The No. 1 Attraction
Titanic Belfast opened on March 31, 2012, 100 years after the sinking of the iconic ship, and it has since eclipsed even the most optimistic projections for visitor numbers. Cynics claimed that the original target of 290,000 visitors, set by the National Audit Office, was unlikely, and that the 400,000 required to make it a commercial success were completely unrealistic, but they have been forced to eat their words. More than 1 million people had passed through the doors of this breathtaking attraction by October 2013. Use your rental car to pay a visit to Titanic Belfast, and you'll soon discover why no other attraction in Northern Ireland has come close to those visitor numbers.
Images: Belfast by Tony M & Belfast at Night by Shaun Dunphy